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Stairway to Heaven: Escalier du Cap-Blanc If you're looking to do a bit of training while you're in Quebec City, the Escalier du Cap-Blanc is a great place to do it (and you won't be alone). The staircase—made up of some 398 steps—ascends from the banks of the St. Lawrence to the Plains of Abraham. (Don't worry, there are lookouts built in at regular intervals if you need a breather, or if you just want to take a look at the views.)
Visita del barrio y del parque Bassin Brown.
Parc Bassin Brown
Parc Bassin Brown Expo
Refurbished during the festivities of the 400th anniversary of Quebec City in 2008, Anse Brown has a youthful look and offers a variety of recreational activities for the whole family. Whether it's a sunbath or a pedestrian excursion, Anse Brown seduces with its soothing calm and direct access to the river. A footbridge has been deployed on the remains of the former Duke of Alba, allowing city dwellers and tourists to overfly the waters and admire the sublime panoramic view of the basin. Parking Bike path Footbridge over the waters Historical Interpretation Center Ice rink and petanque courts Easy docking for canoeing and kayaking Highlighting the remains Mobile restoration
Québec: Parc Bassin Brown passerelle
A footbridge has been deployed over the remains of the former Duke of Alba, allowing city dwellers and tourists to fly over the waters and admire the sublime panoramic view of the basin. Located along Champlain Boulevard, next to Notre-Dame-de-la Garde Park, Brown Basin is the place where General Wolfe and his men landed in Quebec in 1759 before the famous Battle of the Plains of Abraham. During its restoration for the 400th anniversary, an imposing footbridge jutting out into the St. Lawrence River was fitted out in addition to the famous “historical interpretation center”, a cycle-pedestrian link and grassy areas.
Monument Etienne Paschal Taché
Sir Étienne-Paschal Taché, doctor, politician (born September 5, 1795 in Saint-Thomas (Montmagny), in Lower Canada, and died July 30, 1865 in Montmagny, Canada East). Dean of the Fathers of Confederation, Étienne-Paschal Taché practiced medicine for decades before beginning his long career in politics. He served in every government of the United Province of Canada between 1848 and 1857, including two coalitions with John A. Macdonald. He chaired the Quebec Conference and defended the 72 resolutions there, which served as the basis for Confederation. https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/sir-etienne-paschal-tache